A mulled wine day spa opened just in time for Christmas

A British bath house has just opened the world’s first mulled wine day spa. Because why just drink wine, when you can bathe in it.

Visitors to Spa Seekers at Shrigley Hall in Cheshire UK can soak in a hot tub that’s filled with mulled wine at a temperature of 37 degrees.

According to their website, the wine bath “allows the pores to open, releasing toxins and allowing your skin to embrace the tannins in the mulled wine”. 

Spa Seekers mulled wine bath.

Spa Seekers says the tannins are anti-bacterial and help to fight virus’ and fungi. They claim it also improves cardiac health and increases blood flow.

To stop you from drinking the bath, the spa does give guests a glass of the lovely red on the side.

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You can also book delicious spa treatments such as a 45-minute Frankincense massage, or a body scrub using brown sugar, cinnamon and orange.

The mulled wine day spa is sadly a limited edition and costs $109 per person. It will be open throughout December.